CNN’s chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward was reporting live from Afghanistan.
She recently said: “If this isn’t a failure, what does a failure look like?”
Now she’s gone.
CNN’s chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward is leaving Afghanistan after spending days on the streets of Kabul providing detailed reports following the Taliban’s takeover of the country.
Ward tweeted a picture from inside an evacuation flight out of Kabul’s airport shortly after 2 a.m. local time Saturday morning, showing dozens of other individuals on board as well.
Before leaving, she reported, “The reality is it’s chaos:”
She posted this photo of her takeoff flight:
She landed in Doha last night with nearly 300 Afghan evacuees:
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